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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 8th, 2018, 11:06 am 
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I use CD Burner XP to create CDs and CD Poweramp to rip CDs to WAV files. Both work well. I keep Daphile just to play my files and also listen to streaming radio.


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 8th, 2018, 11:30 am 
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daphile won't rip anything it can't find metadata for on the Internet...

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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 8th, 2018, 12:37 pm 
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Mon Oct 8 16:35:15 UTC 2018: CD ripping started.
Mon Oct 8 16:35:15 UTC 2018: Selected track(s): 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Mon Oct 8 16:35:30 UTC 2018: Track 1 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.1.log 1 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.mKSV/track1.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:32 UTC 2018: Track 2 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.2.log 2 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.1cBK/track2.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:33 UTC 2018: Track 3 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.3.log 3 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.HwGa/track3.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:35 UTC 2018: Track 4 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.4.log 4 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.6o6h/track4.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:36 UTC 2018: Track 5 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.5.log 5 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.I2YW/track5.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:38 UTC 2018: Track 6 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.6.log 6 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.Zdbr/track6.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:39 UTC 2018: Track 7 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.7.log 7 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.fLtE/track7.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:41 UTC 2018: Track 8 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.8.log 8 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.bq7g/track8.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:42 UTC 2018: Track 9 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.9.log 9 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.hi9O/track9.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.



Mon Oct 8 16:35:44 UTC 2018: Track 10 failed.

libcdio-paranoia -d /dev/sr0 -v -e --log-summary cdparanoia.10.log 10 /dev/shm/cdrip_tmp.5UlD/track10.wav
Report bugs to bug-libcdio@gnu.org

Using cdda library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Using paranoia library version: 10.2+0.93+1 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
Checking /dev/sr0 for cdrom...
CDROM sensed: BUFFALO Optical Drive 2.00 SCSI CD-ROM

Verifying drive can read CDDA...
Expected command set reads OK.

Attempting to determine drive endianness from data........
Data appears to be coming back Little Endian.
certainty: 100%

Attempting to set cdrom to full speed...
drive returned OK.

Table of contents (audio tracks only):
track length begin copy pre ch
===========================================================
1. 18545 [04:07.20] 0 [00:00.00] no no 2
2. 21312 [04:44.12] 18545 [04:07.20] no no 2
3. 18043 [04:00.43] 39857 [08:51.32] no no 2
4. 18345 [04:04.45] 57900 [12:52.00] no no 2
5. 17005 [03:46.55] 76245 [16:56.45] no no 2
6. 21582 [04:47.57] 93250 [20:43.25] no no 2
7. 20280 [04:30.30] 114832 [25:31.07] no no 2
8. 22685 [05:02.35] 135112 [30:01.37] no no 2
9. 16583 [03:41.08] 157797 [35:03.72] no no 2
10. 11418 [02:32.18] 174380 [38:45.05] no no 2
TOTAL 185798 [41:17.23] (audio only)

Selected span contains non audio track at track 11. Aborting.


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 10th, 2018, 1:55 am 
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Roscoe Primrose wrote:
daphile won't rip anything it can't find metadata for on the Internet...

Roscoe


It's Sarah McLachlan "Surfacing".


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 10th, 2018, 7:19 am 
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Some of her disks had a multimedia section in addition to the audio, that may be what daphile is having trouble with...


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 11th, 2018, 12:24 am 
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Roscoe Primrose wrote:
Some of her disks had a multimedia section in addition to the audio, that may be what daphile is having trouble with...


How do you get around it and/or what could you use?


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 11th, 2018, 7:08 am 
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If you’ve got a windows machine with access to the same storage, there are a lot of choices. Exact Audio Copy is a good place to start.


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 11th, 2018, 8:05 am 
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Stuart Polansky wrote:
See 1st post top of this page


Foobar2000 works great for me. I know it doesn't get a lot of love around here, but it will do darn near anything music file related.


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
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Roscoe Primrose wrote:
If you’ve got a windows machine with access to the same storage, there are a lot of choices. Exact Audio Copy is a good place to start.


Agreed. Foobar rips as well and uses the AccurateRip database.


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 Post subject: Re: Daphile software
PostPosted: October 11th, 2018, 11:05 am 
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Foobar is the best frebee
JRiver but it costs around $40, Its what you see most in use at Audio Shows.


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